PALS

Transcutaneous Pacing

Transcutaneous Pacing

Background Transcutaneous pacing is a treatment option for symptomatic bradycardias unresponsive to Atropine or when Atropine is not immediately available.  Additional indications of transcutaneous pacing include symptomatic bradycardia, most commonly resulting from acute MI, sinus node dysfunction, and complete heart blocks. Pacing is also recommended for severely symptomatic patients, especially when the block is at …

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How many CME hours can I get from an AHA class?

How Many CME Hours Can I Get From An AHA Class?

What is a CME? CME stands for Continuing Medical Education and per the National Institute of Health, “​CME refers to educational events that have been approved for CME credits”. The American Heart Association (AHA) is not an accrediting agency, rather, they authorize the use of their courses for continuing education credits. As a designated training …

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Contactless Skills Testing for American Heart Association Certification Courses

Contactless Skills Testing for American Heart Association Certification Courses

Code One offers contactless skills appointments for all Online American Heart Association (AHA) Courses – Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, BLS Provider, ACLS Provider, and PALS Provider. Participants complete the bulk of their training online and then come to a Code One Training Center for an individual appointment conducted through video conference. Upon completion, an …

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